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1994 QuickTake Travel Case

The QuickTake Travel Case is a hard one to come by. Even more so in mint condition. I was pretty lucky to find this one for only $41.

The box shows some wear and tear but overall not bad for being almost 20 years old.

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Complete with paperwork...

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...and plastic bags.

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Removing the carrying case reveals the leather grip and the strap...

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...all in original bags.

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I can’t believe how good these smell! This is some quality leather. After almost 20 years they smell like new!

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Each piece has the Apple logo embossed on it. Very nice.

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The case sill has the “inspected by” insert inside.

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The grip is a really tight fit and took a bit of effort to put on. The QuickTake looks pretty cool wrapped in leather.

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The camera fit nicely inside with the leather grip on. Pretty cool.

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I’ll probably keep the carrying case in the box. I’ll leave the grip on the camera. It looks pretty cool on the shelf with it.

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